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since toyota sliced prices and all the automakers slashed to match them, and there is an incentive to buy cars. seems things are happening. like an oil tanker, hard to turn around, but once it's moving -- >> once we see the horizon in the right direction, we get excited about it. hal, i am happier reporting on the potential for good economic news than i am of the likelihood of bad news. >> yeah, i see more grinz around this place than the last time we talked about this particular issue. what was the number last year about this time in the stock market? nearly half of what it is? i would hardly call that a green chute, even. it's god's tear falling onieden as far as the south carolitock concerned. >> i would say part of the issue is it doesn't all seem fair when the economy is going down, and it doesn't all see fair when it's coming up. listen to this and let's move on. at a congressional meeting this week president obama addressed what he hopes to achieve through financial regulatory reform. listen to this. >> i am actually confident we can work out an effective bipartisan package
, big-ticket items like cars have been up a lot. especially since toyota slashed prices on all the automakers slashed to match them. all of a sudden there's an incentive to buy cars. things do seem to be happening. i think, you know, the economy's like a giant oil tanker. hard to turn around but once it's moving. >> but once we change course and we see the horizon in the right direction, we do get excited about it, hal. >> it's true. >> i have to tell you, i'm much happier reporting on the potential for good economic news than i am of the likelihood of a bad economy. >> no question. i certainly see more grins around this place than i did the last time we talked about this particular issue. and then, gee, what was the number last year about this time in the stock market? nearly half of what it is? >> yeah. we're up 16%. >> i would hardly call that a green shoot even. i would call that a full-blown forest, god's tear on eden. jobs lag behind. that's always the case. it will be a big, important issue. but i don't think you can disregard it. >> i would say part of the issue is that
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